i worked it down to this, first off is this right so far. And how would i simplify this so that its integrable. also how do you do the integrate sign in latex? thx guys.
i worked it down to this, first off is this right so far. And how would i simplify this so that its integrable. also how do you do the integrate sign in latex? thx guys.
integrate: = integrate:
I'm guessing you set yes?
That should be fine (although personally I would have chosen sin since it's derivative is positive...
But anyway...
Integral becomes...
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Solve from here, sub back in what t equals after you've integrated.
Last edited by Deadstar; April 20th 2010 at 11:21 AM.
i worked it down to this, first off is this right so far. And how would i simplify this so that its integrable. also how do you do the integrate sign in latex? thx guys.
integrate: = integrate:
, so now substittute , and:
If you want now put back everything in terms of u instead of x.